Hello everyone….I m Harshad Pathe, I m going to write a content on Very informative topic that is BEHAVIORAL skills
•Behavioral skills are people’s kills which include social and emotional kills that allow employees to work and perform well with their colleagues at work. People at work do not always possess necessary behavioral skills especially in newer and high performing work environments. Behavior an action that is observable and measurable. Behavior is observable. It is what we see or hear, such as a student sitting down, standing up, speaking, whispering, yelling, or writing. … For example, a student may show anger by making a face, yelling, crossing his arms, and turning away from the teacher.
•Behavioral Skills Training (BST) is a training package that utilizes instructions, modeling, rehearsal, and feedback in order to teach a new skill. Typically training is implemented not for some fixed time, but rather to some predetermined criterion. For example, a trainee may be said to have acquired a skill when they have emitted correct responses on 90% of three consecutive training sessions. Although these four components are common there are many procedural variations in how researchers and practitioners apply them. For example, modeling might be done live, in role play, or through video-modeling. Feedback might be given immediately or delayed, graphically or verbally, or in combinations.
Let’s have a glance through VASKB Pyramid…..
Basically VASKB PYARAMID Stands as
V for knowledge and values
A Stands for Attitudes
S stands for Skills
K stands for knowledge
B stands for Behavior……
Now let’s see it in detail…..
We have seen that what VASKB PYARAMID means ….let’s see it’s explanation…
V in the VASKB PYARAMID Stands for values and knowledge
Values and motives psychometric assessments uncover the person’s motivators and core values which can affect how they go about their work. … These tools provide an evaluation of a person’s fit with the organization culture, team, manager and motivators available within the environment. Values
Broadly describes, values are conceptions of the desirable
(Kluckhorn, 1951). More septic definitions have been developed,
However, and the proliferation of descriptions has tended to him-
research in the values domain (Hitlin & Piliavin, 2004). In
General, values research has ascribed to one of two basic models
(Ravlin & Meglino, 1987a), which we refer to as ‘‘values as
Preferences”and ‘‘values as principles.” Values as preferences (work
Values) are essentially attitudes. They indicate the preferences that
Individuals have for various environments (Ravlin & Meglino,
1987a). For example, someone who values autonomy would be
more satisﬁed with a job that provides considerable discretion.
Values as preferences have been studied extensively in relation
to career choice and, more recently, within the context of it. Results typically indicate that values as preferences are related to
Attitudes, such as job satisfaction. They have not, however,
Typically been found to relate to behavior (except for career choices
A stands for attitude let’s see what attitude means in VASKB PYRAMID…..Attitudes a way of thinking or feeling about someone or something. It includes the manner in which a person may deal with things emotionally, and it is often reflected in a person’s behavior. A person’s attitude can significantly affect feelings, values, appreciation, and motivations towards something. 1. a settled way of thinking or feeling about something is called Attitude. The ability to do something well; expertise is called Skill.
2. Attitude and skill both are necessary but we have to learn when to use and how to use these both on correct time.
S in VASKB PYARAMID Stands for Skill
S in VASKB PYARAMID Stands for Skills…let’s see what the skill is. Skills are the practical application of
Knowledge needed to successfully undertake the duties that make up the occupation. Behaviors are mind-sets, attitudes or approaches required for competence, generally across the entire occupation.
K in VASKB PYARAMID Stands for knowledge…
Knowledge is an understanding. It’s mental or theoretical, rather than practical. Knowledge can be gleaned from a book, and you can gain knowledge by researching online or visiting your local library.
Having knowledge of how to do something does not necessarily mean that you can do it, even if you understand the steps and what should
Let’s see what B in VASKB PYARAMID stands for. …
B stands for behavior….here are some important things for behavior….they are as ….
Organization and Being Able to Balance Work and Life
We have seen VASKB PYRAMID in detail….now let’s see different spares and different behaviors……
Examples of words to describe task-oriented behavior with a positive Include:
Active: always busy with something
Ambitious: strongly wants to succeed
Cautious: being very careful
Conscientious: taking time to do things right
Creative: someone who can make up things easily or think of new things
Curious: always wanting to know things
Logical: using clear and sound reasoning
Organized: dealing with one’s affairs efficiently
Perfectionist: wants everything to be done right and perfectly
Precise: careful and with great attention to detail
Let’s have a glance through the results of good behavioral Skills…..Here are 10 characteristics of workplace wellness.
Relaxed and productive atmosphere
Commitment to excellence
Open and honest communication
Cooperation, support, and empowerment
Sense of humor
Compassion, respect, and understanding
Now let’s see the importance of BEHAVIORAL skills by means of student perspective….Children learn behavior by watching and imitating others. Many types of behavior detract from learning. These include talking out of turn, being out of the seat without permission, not paying attention and disrupting other students by making noise or touching them.
Let’s see area’s and scope of development in behavioral Skills….The scope of training and development also expanded to include cross-cultural training, focus on the development of the individual employee, and the use of new organization development literature to frame training programs.
Let’s see area’s and scope of development in behavioral Skills….The scope of training and development also expanded to include cross-cultural training, focus on the development of the individual employee, and the use of new organization development literature to frame training
How to bring the change….so changes in behavior skills is crucial…..
People tend to agree with people they like
Reciprocity People like to give –and take
People like to follow legitimate experts
Commitment and consistency
Using frameworks for influence
In the end of content let’s see about Aids to developing Behavioral competencies…..Behavioral competency refers to any behavior attributes and personality traits a person might have, such as knowledge and skill set, which can help determine how successful he/she will be at the job they are applying for. It can help define employee’s behavioral strengths for the future success in the workplace.
The 6 general competencies are:
Interpersonal and Communication Skills
The definition of competencies your skill or ability in a specific field or subject, or being able to do something well or to being sane enough to stand trial in court. An example of competencies when a pianist has the ability to play the piano well
As it is said as
You can manipulate it, or you can inspire it
There are only two ways to influence human behavioral skills
A Good Behavioral skill is the last refuge of mediocrity
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